Saving Your Company from a Data Breach Nightmare

Paquette, Mike
May 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;May2008, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p76
Trade Publication
The article reports on the causes of a company's data breaches. It says that some data leakage incidents are caused by the accidental or negligent actions of a person trusted with access to the data. The incident usually occurs when individuals leave documents in a public place, mistype an e-mail address or forget a laptop on an airplane.


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